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Our district offers several communications platforms that provide students, parents, and staff the opportunity to engage in a two-way dialogue.

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Quick Tip is an anonymous way to make school administrators aware of a specific safety concern.

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Send the school district your questions, concerns, suggestions, and or compliments through Let’s Talk.

Chesapeake Crime Line logo
Chesapeake Crime Line provides a way for citizens to report criminal activity to local authorities.

Additional guidance on how to express a concern for personal concerns is available to our students and their parents.
For emergencies, please call 911

ParentVUE Help Guide

Parentvue Mobile AppIf you would like assistance with accessing your ParentVUE account, please click here for detailed directions and videos.

Should you need further assistance, please call the school at 757-494-7515.

2022-2023 TME Teacher of the Year!

TOY Anmaree Miller

Michelle Williams earned a degree in Elementary Education from Bridgewater State University. In 1991, she started teaching in Massachusetts. Over the years, Mrs. Williams has taught various grade levels from Kindergarten to 4th grade. In 2004, she began teaching at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School. Mrs. Williams loves her TME community and has a passion for helping all children reach their potential. She loves to challenge students to be curious and take chances when learning. It is important to her to create a positive, fun learning environment where all students can learn. Mrs. Williams is honored to represent the amazing faculty and staff at Thurgood Marshall Elementary as the 2022-2023 Teacher of the Year!

Chesapeake Preschool Initiative (CPI)

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Preschool Application Window Now Open. The Chesapeake Preschool Initiative (CPI) Office is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year!  CPI is a FREE full-day program for children who will be four years old by September 30 and live in Chesapeake. The program is designed to give eligible children opportunities to create a firm educational foundation that can be used to achieve academic and social success. Acceptance into the program is determined on eligibility criteria and identified risk factors, not on a first-come, first-served basis. Risk factors include, but are not limited to; family income, level of parent/legal guardian education, housing concerns or homelessness, and special needs or disability. If you know a family with a child who may benefit from this program, please encourage them to apply and help us spread the word! Applications are available on our district preschool page.